It would be neat to have a page showing all birth and death places for one's ancestors.

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Hello. I have been thinking on this topic for a little while. I think it would be neat to have a page on Wikitree where one can view the list of places of the births and deaths of one's ancestors. It would, I think, be helpful to see where everyone was born and the number of ancestors and relatives who had been born and who had died in those specific locations (city, county, and state). For example, I have quite a few relatives who lived and died in Coweta County, Georgia. It would be neat to see a personalized page that would have something like "Coweta, Georgia (x20)" for the number of relatives who lived and died there. (It should be noted that I have way more than 20 relatives who loved and died there; the number 20 is just an example.) It would also be neat if this page was always updated with every new person added. It would also be neat to have this page subdivided into the 50 states. Then, one could see all the states, and be able to see (possibly in drop down menus), as stated above, the city, county, state and country (including obsolete names shown with their modern replacement) for everyone as well as the number of people with the same locations attached to their profiles.
in WikiTree Tech by Jonathan Gilbreath G2G2 (2.4k points)
I agree !

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by Tommy Buch G2G6 Pilot (119k points)

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